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78 Hatter 

Stetson University 

Deland, Florida 
32720 



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Like Columbus in the olden days. 
We must gather all our courage; 
Sail our ship out on the open sea. 
Cast away our fears and all the years 

will come and go 
And take us up— always up. 

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No two moments the same: 

Each moment a small lifetime— 
a chance to build, 
a chance to grow. 

Each lifetime a unique collection of nionients- 
to be treasured, 
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On July 18, Dr. Pope A. Duncan became Stetson University's seventh president. 
Duncan came to Stetson from Georgia Southern College in Statesboro, Ga., where 
he had served as president since 1971. A former faculty member and an ordained 
Baptist minister, Duncan served as professor of religion at Stetson from 1946 to 
1953. 

"The strength of Stetson lies in many things," stated Duncan earlier this school 
term, "Among which are its nearly 100-year tradition of commitment to quality 
higher education, its loyal and competent faculty dedicated to the teaching enter- 
prise, its supportive alumni scattered throughout the world, and its commitment to 
Christian values." 

The Hatter Staff wishes President Dimcan the very best, and wishes to thank 
Stetson Reporter for the above interview with President Dvmcan, which appeared 
in the September 9th edition. 



Dr. George Borders 
Now President of Atlantic 
Beach College in West Palm 





The Office of Student Affairs fulfills many needs of the student body. Not only 
do they place roommates together, but they also handle the dorm staffs, changes 
in meal ticket plans, talking to students with problems; in other words, the Stu- 
dent Affairs people do their very best to promote goodwill and keep the campus 
running as smoothly as possible. From the Hatter staff, many thanks to them, and 
best wishes for a good future. 




Mary Lou Palmer 



Jean Mauk 




Cora Mabry 



Marinanne Moody 




The Registrar Ladies: Helen Sassard, Lulu 
Wilson, Betty Yates, and Irene Brown 




Gerald F. Anderson 
Spanish 




James R. Beasley 
Religion 




Theodore W. Beiler 
Chemistry 



Hertha Berry 
French 




Jesse L. Berry 
German 



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John M. Booth 

Business Sit- 




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Joyce E. Brunk 
Education 



Paul W. Brunk 
Psychology 





Frances Buxton 
Music 



Raymond J. Cannon 
Mathematics 




Fred E. Clark 
Biology 




James M. Coffee 
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Harry D. Garber 
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Geoffrey Gilbert 
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Marjorie Gilbert 
Speech 



Annette Gillespie 
Mathematics 




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Dan A. Gunderson 
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John A. Hague 
American Studies 




Catherine Hohman 
Education 



Coach Ray Hussey 
Tennis Education 




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Mathematics 



Kevin O'Keefe 
History 





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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS 

Pope A. Duncan 
President of the University 

J. OUie Edmunds 
Chancellor 

W. Michael Chertok 
Vice President for Development 

Robert S. Chauvin 
Dean of the College of Liberal 
Arts 

Richard T. Dillion 

Dean of the College of Law 

Edward C. Furlong, Jr. 

Dean of the School of Business 
Administration 

Paul T. Langston 
Dean of the School of Music 

George R. Borders 
Vice-President for Student 
Affairs 

H. Graves Edmondson, Jr. 

Vice-President for Finance and 
Planning 

G. Robert Fox 

Chairman of the Graduate 
Council 

George W. Hood 

Director of Counseling Ser- 



David D. McCorvey 

Director of Brevard Graduate 
Center 

Gary A. Meadows 

Vice-President of Admissions 

Joe I. Myers 

Director of the duPont-Ball 
Library 

Helen Sassard 
Registrar 

Barbara Jean Nordmann 
Dean of Students 




STAFF 

Ailene Abemathy 
Counseling Services 

Norma Allen 
Financial Aid 

Ralph Becker 

Assistant Business Manager 

Fred Cooper 
Public Relations 

Hank Drury 
Data Processing 

Marvin Emerson 
University Engineer 

Janice Hess 
Infirmary 

Everette W. Johnson 
Bookstore and Purchasing Agent 

Howard Ledgerwood 
Accountant 

Mario Lasasso 
Print Shop 

J. Daniel Moore 

Financial Aid Director 

George L. Painter 
Alumni Director 

W. Landon Smith 
University Physician 

William Steppe 

Assistant Dean of Students 

Mary-Edna Walls 
Assistant Dean of Students 

Perry C. White 

Director of Student Activities 

George Williams 
Placement Office 

Lula Wilson 
Assistant Registrar 



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AMERICAN STUDIES 

Critoph, Gerald E. 
Hague, John A. 

ART 

Messersmith, Fred L. 
Gunderson, Dan A. 

BIOLOGY 

Fuller, Dorothy Langford 
Hansen, Keith L. 
Knapp, Francis M. 
Clark, Fred E. 
Norman, Eliane M. 
Stock, David Allen 

CHEMISTRY 

Beiler, Theodore W. 
Coolidge, Edwin C. 
DeLap, James H. 
Everett, Kermeth G. 

ECONOMICS 

Long, Neal B. 
Wood, Richard H., Jr. 

EDUCATION 

Coffee, James M. 
Fox, G. Robert 
Hood, George Wilson 
Jemigan, Sara Staff 
Morland, Richard B. 
Smotherman, Thurman Edwin 
Wilkes, Glenn N. 
Arnold, Ruth Cobb 
Horton, Margaret W. 
Truesdell, Clarence G. 
Christie, James Frederick 
Hobbs, Lena Burwell 
Weickel, Robert W., Jr. 
Brunk, Joyce E. 
Hohman, Catherine I. 



Nordmann, Barbara J. 
Rabom, Sandra C. 

ENGINEERING 

Jenkins, George Lovell 

ENGLISH 

Colwell, C. Carter 
Gillespie, Bryan 
Morris, Ann Roberson 
Taylor, William E. 
Grain, Bradford L. 
Johnson, Kathleen 
Langford, Richard E. 
Dickson, William Wayne 
Johnson, William C. 
Libby, Gary R. 
Raymond, Michael W. 
Cox, David M. 

FOREIGN LANGUAGES 

Anderson, Gerald F. 
Davies, Donald M. 
Hodges, John L. 
Minter, Wlsie G. 
Berry, Jesse L. 
Rivas, Daniel Jose 
Anderson, Janet C. 
Berry, Hertha 

GEOGRAPHY AND GEOLOGY 

Chauvin, Robert S. 
Bradford, Bruce Carlton 

HISTORY 

Johnson, Evans Combs 
Lovelace, Marc Hoyle 
Wynn, Malcolm M. 
O'Keefe, Kevin J. 
Steeves, Paul 
Minor, Harold Bronk 

MATHEMATICS 




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Medlin, Gene W. 
Magarian, Elizabeth A. 
Thwing, Henry W. 
Williams, Gareth 
Cannon, Raymond J., Jr. 
Kletzing, Dennis K. 
Gillespie, Annette 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

Roche, Gregory F., Jr., Lt. 
Johnson, Jeffry M., Capt. USA 
La France, Leo P., Capt. USA 
Levaas, Larry N., Capt. USA 

PHILOSOPHY 

Brady, Rob 

PHYSICS 

Jenkins, George Lovell 
Jusick, Anthony T. 
Lick, Thomas A. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Bailey, T. Wayne 
Maris, Gary L. 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Cochran, CD. 
Brunk, Paul W. 
Kindred, Richard A., Jr. 
Ludvigh, Elek J., Jr. 

RELIGION 

Joiner, E. Earl 
Walker, Oliver Lafayette 
Beasley, James R. 
Thomason, William P. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Vedder, Charles B. 



Wright, Joel S. 
Schorr, John K. 

SPEECH AND THEATRE 

Griffiths, Benjamin Bruce 
Wright, James C. 
Baugh, Ronald L. 
Gilbert, Marjorie Forster 

SCHOOL OF MUSIC 

Buxton, Frances 

Feasel, Richard McDowell 

Fort, Robert E., Jr. 

Gilbert, Geoffrey 

Jenkins, Paul R., Jr. 

Langston, Paul T. 

Leek, Eleanor 

Yaxley, Donald Charles 

Almand, Lenoir Patton 

Martin, William Woodrow, Jr. 

Rich, Robert 

Shearon, Wallace E., Jr. 

Jenkins, Janice 

Rich, Mollie 

Bush, Mary Wayne 

Carroll, Nansi 

Cushman, Muriel O. 

Stubbs, Frank 

Martin, Rose L. 

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

Anderson, William H. 
Furlong, Edward Colson, Jr. 
Master, Joseph J. 
Patterson, Maxine L. 
Booth, John M. 
Copeland, Richard Wyatt 
Garber, Harry D. 
Harrington, George A. 
Jackson, Kenneth L. 
Legg, William E. 
Stryker, Judson P. 
Taft, Harry J. 
Page, Donald A. 



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SENIORS 




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Daryl Abvocino 
Lei^ Adams 
Rebekah Alexander 



Jill Allman 
Rafael Ayuso 
Miriam Baker 



Rhett Barker 
Jerry Bamette 
Debbie Barrett 



Ken Baxley 
Louis Bazzano 
Mark Belcher 



Glenn Bennett 
Janine Bennett 
David Bergeron 



Paul Bickel 
Rick Bisbee 
Daryl Bishop 



Carrie Botto 
Patricia Boyd 
Greg Brewton 



Peter Brockway 
Bette Brown 
Hal Bryant 




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Bob Buchanan 
Marc Carlson 
Meg Cassels 



Marie Causey 
Michele Ceballos 
Donna Clement 



Cathy Cobb 
Mick Coleman 
Jacqueline Colton 



Thomas Cook 
Susan Corlew 
Mary Cornelius 



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Jeff Cousin 
Clifton Cox 
Tom Cox 



Debbie Damiani 
Mike Davis 
Christi DeCoursey 



Mike Deluca 
Frank DeMarsh 
Judy DeRango 



Steve DiFrancesco 
Marty DiMura 
Rick Dobratz 





Debbie Doerrhoefer 
Carol Dowdie 
Dana Duninire 



Susan Dunn 
Dawana Edwards 
Ted Edwards 



Paul Elmore 
Sharon Enloe 
Pauline Evans 



Debbie Farmer 
Thomas Faughn 
Marilyn Floumoy 



Phil Floumoy 
Mimi Fogle 
Gwen Forbes 



Cyndie Frisbie 
Dominick Frocione 
Valerie Fronk 



Julie Galla^er 
Philippe Garmy 
Melodye Gaskin 



Laurie Gentry 
Robert Gibson 
Cindy GUbert 





Laura Cilmore 
Kevin Graile 
Charles Groover 



Peggy Halat 
Larry Hardord 
Daniel Harrington 



Lucious Harris 
William Healey 
Caroline Heath 



Joseph Heenan 
Leslie Helfrich 
Charles Hiatt 



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Stephen Hobby 
Mike Holland 
Charles Holley 



Cindy Hood 
Mahlan Houston 
Debbie Huyett 



Connie Jackson 
Phyllis James 
Robert Johnson 



Clif Kennedy 
Beth Kenny 
Lynne Kiser 





Douglas Knight 
Todd Koechlein 
Pam Koslow 



John Kniszewski 
Steve Kuzoina 
Barbara Kvinge 



Joseph Lampe 
Kurt Langsenkamp 
Erin Langston 



Hui^ Larson 
Mike Lay 
Janice Leach 



Sharon Lee 
Douglas Lehr 
Stan Lewis 



Lewis Likens 
Carol Loperena 
Rudolf Loperena 



Valerie Lundeen 
Jim Lytton 
CoUeen Mahoney 



David Marco 
Hoke Maroon 
Mary Mathews 





Melissa McCarthy 
Jim McCarty 
David McCoUough 



Kathleen McConnell 
Doug McFarland 
Debbie Miley 



James Miller 
Richard Miller 
Loretta Monroe 



Jeffen' Moore 
Randy Moore 
Thomas Moore 



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Gareth Morgan 
Andy Murphy 
Debi Nemec 



James Nemec 
Jeff Oberlander 
Mike O'Brien 



Neil Oliva 
George Oliver 
Louise Ousley 



Sharon Parker 
John Paul Parks 
Denise Peddicord 






Perry Penland 
Marvina Perez 
Alex Peterman 






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Brian Philips 
Susan Pinder 
Terry Pinder 



Theodore Platz 
Pamela Poole 
Garry Potts 






Kaycie Preston 
Steve Prevo 
Cammie Reece 



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Jamie Richards 
Robert Riegel 
Caroly Robertson 



Gregory Romano 
Harold Rose 
Kimberly Ross 



Ion Sancho 
Paula Schultz 
Ernest Scott 



Tim Scran torn 
Angela Smith 
Rodney Smith 





S Geny Snell 
Joyce Steffen 
Kathryn Stone 



Mark Storey 
Kim Streeter 
Terri Streich 



Craig Trace 
Greg Tyner 
Michaele Upson 



{'heryl Vincent 
Wilhelmina Wadsworth 
Bennv Walker 



Lisa Watkins 
Karen Wetmore 
David Williams 



Leonard Williams 
Marcelle Williams 
Patricia Wilson 



Ron Wilson 
Ortrud Wittstock 
Karen Wolz 



Sharon Worthy 
Boni Wri^t 
Gary Zimmermann 




JUNIORS 





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Lisa Albert 
Amos Bailey 
Karen Baker 
Jep Barbour 



Timothy Ban- 
Scott Bartholmey 
Russ Bausch 
Ginger Beichek 



David Bennett 
Linda Beimett 
Kathy Bevington 
Brian Biddinger 



Steve Biere 
Barb Billings 
John Blair 
Bill Blonshine 



John Brandolini 
Charlotte Breed 
Virginia Brown 
Meg Butler 





Ken Caster 
Melodie Chance 
Julia Chipley 
Steve Clark 



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Cathie Clemmer 
Pam Cole 
Laura Coons 
Joe Cooper 



Bob Coppola 
Mel Daniels 
Barbara Davis 
James Davis 



Sharon Davis 
Valerie Dawkins 
Marjie Dill 
Drew Draper 



John Draper 
Michael Dreyer 
Dennis Dunn 
Marion Evans 



Philip Fisher 
David Fluker 
Beth Fogle 
Amanda Gable 



Kim Gardner 
Steve Gardner 
Sylvia Garrett 
Laurel Gentry 



Lynn Granger 
Connie Grant 
Becky Graves 
Kirk Griffith 




Janet Haas 
Joseph Halsema 
Bill Hancock 
Doug Handley 






Kay Harbin 
Steven Hays 
Keith Hetrick 
Donna Hope 




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Diane Housam 
Sarah House 
Jeffery Howells 
Starr Hutchings 



Mimi Jemigan 
Jill Jinks 
Jake Johnson 
Katie Johnson 



Susan Johnson 
Timothy Keener 
Debbie Keller 
Eileen Kennard 



Leigh Kimbrough 
Ray Kimsev 
Ginnie Kirkwood 
Chuck Knox 



Robert Koslow 
Polly Lafferty 
Carlos Latour 
Carrie Lauchner 



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Alison Marshall 
Sarah Marshall 
Dinah Martin 
Frank McAloon 



Lee McGraw 
Karen Mclntyre 
Laurie Messer 
Ken Millar 




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Lisa Miller 
Marc Miller 
Greg Mosloin 
Dale Murphy 



Wade Myers 
Patty Nisbett 
Larry O'Connell 
Dermot O'Neill 



Mark Oppenheim 
Ronald Osborne 
Kurt Panouses 
Hunt Parry 



Bo Pat> 
Lisa Paxton 
Susan Perrv- 
Earnest Pittman 



Mark Popp 
Chuck Ragland 
Nolan Ra>t>on 



Jim Rochford 
William Roebuck 
Mike Ryan 
Dominic Scalera 



Gerald Scallan 
Sheri Schafer 
Alan Schwartz 
Paige Shaw 



Craig Sherman 
Lei^ Shipley 
Jim Sims 
Sharon Smythe 



Joseph Stevenson 
Bill Stover 
Susan Strates 
Rebel Taylor 



Catherine Templeton 
Mark Thrash 
Pat Tiffany 
Warren Tucker 





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Olga Valentin 
Robert Vignola 
Debra Welch 



Riclc> Welch 
CandN Wharton 
Jill W'hite 
Michael Whitlev 



Leslie Whittem 
Brenda Wilcox 
Cathv Williams 
Wanda Williams 



Claudia Williams 
Lenae Wisner 
Gar. Wolfe 
LvTin Wuesthoff 



David Yoimg 
James Zaleta 
Beth Zeller 
Z Zimmennan 






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Class Of '80 




Frank Adams 
Elaine .\iiderson 
J Pennee Atkinson 
Grec; Ballard 



Misty Barkley 
LLsa Bellinger 
J(xli Bcrgstrom 
Dana Berrv 



Robbie Best 
Sand) Binde 
Cannel Bitondo 
Michelle Blank 



Tom Bollinger 
Sandra Bolton 
Barbara Bossong 
Duncan Bold 



Julie Bover 
Melod\e Browning 
Darlene BiLshdid 
Luci Callaw'av 



Rene Campbell HP 

Karen Canup ^^ 

Robert Can 
Francis Chadwick 



Lynn Chervenok 
EUen Clou^ey 
Mark Cobb 
Shayla Coleman 



David Conway 
Alyson Cook 
Sheny Cook 
Debbie Cooper 



Becky Counselman 
Rusty Crei^ton 
Kim Crosby 
Bruce Crosswhite 



Jeff Crowe 
Elizabeth Cumber 
Terri Cushman 
Ed Danson 





Becky Davis 
Mae Beth Davis 
Margi Davis 
Marty Davis 



Le Anna Dickey 
Gary Dimon 
James Dorman 
Carla Dudeck 



Tim Egnor 
Bob Eifert 
Mark Elias 
Beth Ely 



Linda Elstes 
Theodore Etzel 
Lynne Evans 
Michael Farmer 



Brady Fennell 
Barry Fischer 
Dorothy Fisher 
Chuck Floumoy 



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Charlotte Gerding 
Kim Gillislee 
Joseph Gilmore 
Brian Green 



Kelly Gregory 
Melissa Grubbs 
Al Guerra 
Connie Hankins 



Dorothy Harris 
Janet Harris 
Ed Hedrick 
Carol Hendrix 



Suzanne Hinkley 
Janet Hinckle 
Dan Hoag 
Sherri Houska 





Leslie Howell 
Mark Huband 
Robin Hutcherson 
Fred Ingham 



Lauri Jackson 
Yvette Jenkins 
Melinda Jobson 
Jan Johnson 



Kary Johnson 
Tricia Johnson 
Nancy Juckett 
Kim Kaufiman 



Joyce Kenfield 
Keith Kowalski 
Steve Kulik 
John Lacy 



Gary Langston 
Melody Lauer 
Leij^ Laurie 
Liz Little 



Sharon Long 
Carol Lonquist 
Dean Lott 
Marv Lubbers 



Lois MacConnie 
Shelly Madray 
Regina Maher 
Robert Mangiat 



Patty Mangrich 
Joel Manning 
Mike Marchione 
Robert Martini 



Jim Mathews 
Derek Maul 
Jeff Mav 
Bob McClelland 



John McDaniel 
David McGuffin 
Steve Medina 
Susan Menasco 





Harry Messersmith 
Stephen Miraglia 
Mike Mitchell 
Kathleen Moore 



Charlie Mulfinger 
Gregory Murtha 
Alison Murray 
Debbie Myers 



Vaughn Nadeau 
Arthur Nadleman 
David North 
Kevin O'Dwyer 



Will Oliver 
Sue Overvold 
Kim Page 
Charles Park 



Kathy Partridge 
Pamela Pasak 
Dianne Patrick 
Cristiiia Patterson 



Bruce Paulk 
Debra Pelosi 
Daniel Perry 
Meg Phillips 



Shirla Pinder 
Lisa Reddick 
Sue Ridler 
MoUv Rowe 



Jeanne Rowzee 
Clifton Russell 
Gail Scheck 
Steve Schilling 



Carolyn Schmidt 
Karen Schmitt 
Alan Schutz 
Scott Schwerdfeger 



Lydia Scofield 
Daryle Scott 
James Scruton 
Randy Shell 




Bill Swaggerty 
Robb Tanella 
Nance Thomas 
Warren Thompson 




Al TireUa 
Diane Toban 
Robin Tomberlin 
Rick Tomdale 



John Tucker 
Cindy Turner 
Dane Tiuner 
John Van Norden 



Cheri Vamadoe 
Grace Vau^in 
Angela Ventura 
Wendy Walker 



Frank Walton 
Vicki Ward 
Karen Whiteford 
Monica Wiebe 



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Pamela Williams ^ 
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John Wri^t 
Kathryn Yingling 
Errick Young 




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Class of '80 



Janet Allen 
Joni Ammazzalorso 
Sandra .\nderson 
Alan Arick 
Stuart Arnold 



Steve Baade 
Mitchell Bair 
Peter Balise 
Carl Baker 
Suzaime Banas 



Frank Barron 
John Baumeier 
Lance Baylis 
Pam Bean 
Robert Beaumont 



Kathy Beggs 
Rex Bellar 
Mary Ellen Bennett 
Dean Bethea 
Charlene Bissen 



Hans Block 
Ruth Boccard 
Todd Bolin 
Colleen Bolkcom 
Peggy Boman 









Cynthia Boone 
Lisa Bradford 
Garv Brannan 
Karen Broward 
Debbi Brown 



Becky Brumfield 
Mithele Buckley 
Malt Butler 
Elizabeth BvTd 
Su-saii Campbell 



Joanne Caradonna 
Corrinne Carroll 
Cindy Gate 
Frank Cepero 
Theresa Childers 



Katie Clark 
Mike Cleghom 
Betsv Clemons 
Andy Clifford 
Daniel Coates 



Eva Cohnen 
Nancy Coleman 
Mark Collins 
Nancy Cordell 
Marquerite Cornell 



Colleen Corr 
Cindy Cortes 
Carv Cox 
John Cox 
Carol Creese 



Mimi Cross 
Karen CuUiver 
David Dale 
Beth Davis 
Thomas Davison 



Ellen De Roche 
Doug de Stwolinski 
Jim Dinsmore 
Sher Dobratz 
Laura Duke 



Gin Dyer 
Ester Edelberg 
Rick Edelblut 
Henry Eggers 
Kirk Eicholtz 



Sharon Elliott 
Brenda Elrod 
Glenn Engelhart 
Beth Erickson 
Cheryl Evans 



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Laura Faibish 
Carole Fell 
Karen Figlioli 
Tricia Fortson 
David Fox 



Carol Frechette 
Rob Gabbard 
Gail Garcia 
David Garrett 
Nancy Garrick 



Julie Glocker 
Steve Goozee 
Jim Gordon 
Maura Gorman 
Susan Gorman 




Bill Grebe 
Clayton Green 
Chris Greene 
Matthew Griffin 
Dave Griner 



Robert Hallis 
Susan Hampel 
Ann Harrison 
Steve Haas 
Mark Heartfield 






Dave Hill 
James Hill 
Susan Hopkins 
Jeff Horey 
Craig Howell 



Kate Hoyer 
Barbara Hunt 
Lyle Hutchins 
Karl Hutchinson 
Bruno Isings 



Rob Roy Ives 
Gary Jackson 
Karen Jackson 
Andrea Jemigan 
Chris Johnson 



Dale Jonardi 
Amy Jones 
Chrissie Jones 
Tony Julian 
Anne Karay 



Mary Karrer 
Mary Karres 
Tom Kaufmann 
Jerri Kautsky 
Greg Kay 




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James Kellev 
KeUy Kirkland 
Lauri Kirsch 
David Kline 
Michael Kluesner 



David Kurjan 
Ken Kvinge 
Tracy Lamb 
Howard Langston 
Doug Laseter 



Garfield Lear 
Patricia Lee 
Thomas Lee 
Greg LeFils 
Jonathan Locke 



Michele Loughran 
Diana Luka 
Katherine Lvon 
PhyUis Mahoney 
Cheryl Manning 



Thomas Marshall 
Matthew Martin 
Liz McFarland 
Charles McRae 
Leigji Meadows 



Stephanie Meeks 
Melody Merrell 
Louise Milani 
Ross Miller 
Margaret Mo 



Joe Montgomery 
Mark Moyer 
Carolee Musselman 
Patty Nagle 
Walter Nason 



Steve Nichols 
Carl Nickens 
Larry Nikula 
Richard Niles 
Joe North 



Kathy Pappas 
Susie Patterson 
Larry Perkins 
Kristen Petterson 
Mike Phelan 



Kathy Phillips 
Donna Piccirilli 
Scott Plakon 
Susan Plummer 
Pierrette Price 




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Mark Pridmore 
Cely Ramirz 
Susan Redman 
Beth Roberson 
Greg Roberts 



Darcy Robinson 
Michael Robinson 
Cindy Rooks 
Patti Rush 
Amy Sampey 



Regina Sargent 
Nina Sawon 
Mary Schramm 
Lisa Schultz 
Vicki Scola 



Valorie Scott 
Vicki Seamon 
Brad Segal 
Linda Shepherd 
Dan 9uelds 



Beth Sindy 
Ingrid Hera Sing 
Tim Smith 
Ruius Smith 
Scott Soper 



Scott Spence 
Carol Springstead 
Tom Stahl 
David Stevenson 
Marie Stidham 



Michael Strobeck 
Susan Stroud 
James Tanous 
Susan Taylor 
Timothy Taylor 



Michael Temoshchuk 
Brian Templin 
Ralph Thacker 
Ken Thwing 
Lee Tucker 



Becky Van der Lugt 
Amy Voohris 
Leonard Wagers 
Alexis Walker 
Carole Weber 



Yvette Webster 
Christian Wemmers 
Debbie West 
Tern Wester 
Terry White 




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Debbie Whiting 
Denise Wike 
Mary Wilcox 



Karen Williams 
Wendy Williams 
Leslie Williams 



Katy Workum 
Lahneen Wright 
Marilyn Wurth 



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"Injuries were a factor this 
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Maroon, Ed Hedrick, Mike DeLuca, Phil Floumoy. Top Row: Coach Robin Dietrich, Paul Nick, Dermot O'Neill, Mike 
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How could they lose under someone like Coach 
Jim Bambrick? Well, they did, but through no fault 
of his. Stetson's women's basketball team lost more 
than they won, but being only three years old, they 
are still more or less in the building stages. How- 
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the past two years, ending with a record of 11-14. 
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pushes up court; Below right— "Sugar Pie" Guye is ready 
to zero in on two; Opposite Page— Top left— Mel "Dr. 
Dunk" Daniels shows his outside form; Top right— David 
Purdue rides through a crowd; Bottom right- Kevin 
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Hatter Classic. In two nights of top basketball. Stet- 
son defeated Arkansas, but lost to New Orleans, 
who left Deland as champions of the doubleheader. 
Left is Dave Purdue with the trophy for second 
place. Outstanding players named were Kurt For- 
rester and Mel Daniels (no surprise.) 

At halftime the second night, the 1978-79 Miss 
Hatter was announced. Standing with Dr. Pope 
Duncan below are runner-up Diane Tobin, 1977-78 
Miss Hatter Barb Kvinge, pageant chairman Barb 
Knipper, and the new Miss Hatter Leslie Howell. 





The Homecoming basketball game was an ex- 
citing culmination to a weekend of activities. 
Stetson had suffered a defeat at the hands of the 
University of South Florida's Bulldogs earlier in 
the season; this time it was USF's turn to suffer. 
The Hatters played an excellent game and came 
out with a decisive victory over USE, much to 
the pleasure of a packed gymnasium of students 
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The volleyball team under Coach Sharon Shepherd 
suffered a rather discouraging season this year. Playing 
a tough schedule, they still managed a number of wins 
and learned much that will be valuable in the future. 
With most of the team returning next year, they look 
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stimts, the cheerleaders seemed to pick up new enthu- 
siasm and spirit to help cheer the Hatters to a winning 
season. Under their coach Jan Carey and captain Col- 
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them, and under the guidance of coach Sandy 
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another big year. They placed first in the re- 
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win the state championship for small colleges. 
There was just no competition for top players 
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Under the guidance of Coach Ray Hussey and with the re- 
turning talents of several players, the men's tennis team 
showed great improvement over the past few years. They 
played a tough season, but had the stuff to take both singles 
and doubles, ending with an excellent record and looking for- 
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Head Coach Ward and assistant Coaches 
Dunn and Moyer expect nothing but the best 
from their baseball players and that's what 
they get. Looking back at several extremely 
successhil seasons and with the return of a 
great number of veteran players, the team 
couldn't do anvthing but win. The hitting 
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Mulfinger, Bill Swaggerty, Kirk Eichottz, LesUe WiUiams. Coach Dunn; Middle row: Larry Hartman, Steve Sears, Rick Hall, EXuig Dowd\, Danny 
Williams, Mike Manning, Jim Hakes, Ron Pearce, Rebel Taylor: Bottom row: Bob Shaffer, Matt Starrett, Al Guerra, Mike McClelland, Louis Bazzano, 
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returning players, the golf team looked forward to 
nothing less than an excellent season. In practice out 
at Southridge, they showed off the stuff necessary to 
be an impressive competitor. Coach Weickel has led 
the swinging Hatters long enough to know the ropes 
and provide the kind of advice and suggestions 
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Top row: Coach Weickel, Mike Sullivan, Kirk Davis, Doug Laseter, Mark Hart- 
field; Bottom row; Pete Williams, Gar)' Sassu, Craig Howell, John Cavanaugh; 
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It all began twenty-three years ago when a group of 
students decided to form a committee to raise money 
for needy institutions. They began collecting pennies 
and dimes from their fellow students. In return, the 
peers were given a green feather to symbolize thanks. 
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Stetson's 58th annual Homecoming was high- 
lighted by a dinner with Max Cleland, a sell-out 
concert featuring comedian Steve Martin, and a 
Hatter basketball victory. 

Approximately 600 alumni attended the alumni 
dinner which featured guest speaker Max Cleland. 
A graduate of Stetson, Cleland is the administrator 
of the Veterans Administrations. 

An estimated 4,900 people turned out for the 
Saturday afternoon concert with Steve Martin. 
Martin is well-known for such gags as the arrow- 
through-the-head, the nose and glasses, "Fun Bal- 
loon Animals", and, of course, his ever-popular 
statement— "Excuuuuuuusse Me!" 

The final big event of the weekend was the bas- 
ketball game. The largest crowd of the season 
jammed into the Edmunds Center on Saturday 
night to watch Stetson's 86-74 Homecoming vic- 
tory over the University of South Florida. 





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INAUGURATION 




Representatives of about 200 colleges, iiniversities, and 
learned societies joined more than 100 members of the 
faculty and staff of Stetson University in the academic 
processional which preceded the formal inauguration of 
Dr. Pope Alexander Duncan as the seventh president of 
Florida's oldest institution of higher learning. 

The ceremony was grounded in ancient academic tra- 
dition. The representatives of the universities filled in, 
led by the man from the oldest in the nation— Harvard. 
Dr. Duncan came last in the procession behind the Stet- 
son mace bearer. Dr. J. Ollie Edmunds, Chancellor of the 
university, presided during the service, and Dr. John Pel- 
ham, chairman of the board of trustees, conducted the in- 
vestiture of the new president with the presentation of 
the traditional symbols of office— the charter and presi- 
dential medallion. 

In his inaugural remarks, the new president issued a 
four-point moral and intellectual charge to the commu- 
nity, to the faculty, and to the student body. He spoke of 
the need in the university to produce unity in the cur- 
riculum, to provide leadership through a commitment to 
a set of values, to respond to the needs of the adult com- 
munity, and to find ways to finance higher education in a 
time of a shrinking student market and inflating costs. Dr. 
Dimcan concluded his statements by saying "I am not 
frightened by those who would write off the independent 
college. Certainly some will fail— but not institutions with 
tradition, commitment, a clear mission, qualit\', and a 
constituency— and Stetson has them all." 



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Brave hearts and true hearts sound aloud the chorus, 
Long hve our comrades dear! 





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Alpha Chi Omega was founded in 1885 at DePauw 
University in Greencastle, Indiana. The Gamma Chi 
chapter at Stetson was founded in May of 1957. The 
badge of Alpha Chi is the golden lyre, its colors are scar- 
let and olive green, and the flower is a red carnation. 

This year's officers are: President— Susan Strates; 1st 
Vice President— Leigh Shipley; 2nd Vice President- 
Diane Zimmerman; Treasurer— Bonnie Leighty; Secre- 
tary—Kim Swoyer. 






Alpha Kappa Alpha was founded in 1908 at How- 
ard University, Washington D.C. The Epsilon Omi- 
cron chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha was founded at 
Stetson on December 10, 1969. Their symbol is the 
ivy, their colors are salmon pink and apple green, and 
their flower is the pink tea rose. 

This year's officers are: Basileus— Valerie Dawkins; 
Secretary— Brenda Wilcox; Treasurer— Wanda Wil- 
liams; Dean of Pledges— Sharon Worthy; Song 
Leader— Sharon Davis. 




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Alpha Xi Delta was founded at Lombard College in Galesburg, 
Illinois, on April 17, 1893. The badge of Alpha Xi Delta is the 
golden quill studded with pearls. The colors of Alpha Xi are 
double blue and gold, and their flower is the pink Killarney rose. 

This year's officers are: President— Beth Pope; Vice President- 
Susan Corlew; Treasurer— Leslie Whittem; Pledge Trainer— Lisa 
Miller; Rush Chairman— Laurie Messer. 








Delta Delta Delta was established on Thanksgiving 
Eve, 1888, at Boston University. The Alpha Delta 
chapter, founded at Stetson in 1913, is the oldest Tri- 
Delta chapter in Florida. The Tri-Delta badge is the 
stars and crescent, their colors are silver, gold and 
blue, and their flower is the pansy. 

This year's officers are: President— Missie McCar- 
thy; Vice President— Charlotte Breed; Chaplain— Deb- 
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Phi Mu Fraternity, the second oldest sorority in the 
United States, was chartered in 1852 at Wesleyan Col- 
lege in Macon, Georgia. The Stetson chapter of Phi 
Mu, Alpha Xi, was chartered in 1949. Phi Mu's badge 
is the shield of gold, her colors are rose and white, and 
her flower is the rose carnation. 

This year's officers are: President— Lisa Watkins; 
Vice President— Amanda Gable; Secretary— Lynne Ki- 
ser; Treasurer— Melodye Gaskin; Pledge Trainer- 
Katie Burgess. 










Pi Beta Phi was founded in 1867 at Mon- 
mouth College in Monmouth, Illinois. The 
Florida Alpha chapter was established in 
1913, making Pi Beta Phi the first national 
Panhellenic organization on the campus. The 
Pi Phi badge is the golden arrow, their colors 
are wine and silver blue, and the flower is the 
wine carnation. 

This year's officers are: President— Susan 
Perry; Vice President of Moral Advance- 
ment—Linda Pfiefauf; Vice President of Men- 
tal Advancement— Rody Dunlop; Vice Presi- 
dent of Social Advancement — Tracey 
Sutherland; Treasurer— Barbara Timmons; 
Secretary— Jodi Bergstrom. 




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On October 15, 1898, Zeta Tau Alpha was 
founded at Longwood College in Farmville, 
Virginia. The Beta Psi chapter of Zeta Tau 
Alpha was installed at Stetson University in 
1934. Zeta's badge is the crown and shield, 
their colors are turquoise blue and steel gray, 
and their flower is the white violet. 

This year's officers are: President— Marian 
Dickens; Vice President— Debi Nemec; 
Pledge Trainer— Marvina Perez; Secretary- 
Debbie Barrett; Treasurer— Patti Brimmer. 







Delta Sigma Phi was founded in 1899 at 
the College of the City of New York. The lo- 
cal chapter, Alpha Chi, was installed at Stet- 
son in 1925. Their colors are Nile Green and 
White and their flower is the white carnation. 

This year's officers are: President— James 
Montague; Vice President— Terry Tenland; 
Treasurer— Scott Strickland; Secretary— Den- 
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Lambda Chi Alpha was founded at Boston Uni- 
versity on November 2, 1909. Zeta Tau chapter at 
Stetson was installed in April of 1949. The flower of 
the fraternity is the white rose and the colors are 
purple, green and gold. 

This year's officers are: 
President— Alex Peterman; Vice President— John 
Conrad; Treasurer— Joe Stepan; Secretary— Darryl 
Bishop; and Pledge Trainer— Dan Howell. 






Phi Sigma Kappa was founded at the 
Massachu-setts Agricultural College (now 
the University of Massachusetts) on March 
15, 1873. The Kappa Hexaton chapter was 
established at Stetson in 1974. Their colors 
are magenta and silver, and their flower is 
the red carnation. 

This year's officers were: President- 
Frank DeMarsh, Vice President— Lee Mur- 
rill; Secretary— Tom Armour; Treasurer- 
Ed Ray; Inductor— Clint DeMarsh; Senti- 
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March 1, 1868 was the founding date of the Pi Kappa 
Alpha Fraternity at the University of Virginia. Delta Up- 
silon chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at Stetson 
on March 31, 1951. The fraternity flower is the lily-of- 
the-valley and the colors are garnet and gold. 

This year's officers are: President— Russ Martin; Vice 
President— Don Blum; Treasurer— Kevin Elgrim; Secre- 
tary—Bill Baker; Pledge Trainer— Brian Spickard. 





Pi Kappa Phi was founded at the University of Char- 
leston, South Carolina in 1904 and gave to Stetson the 
Chi Chapter in February of 1921. The fraternity's colors 
are gold and white and their flower is the red rose. 

This year's officers are: Archon— Ricky Miller; Chap- 
lain— Clif Kennedy; Treasurer— Bill Teat; Secretary— Ed 
Miller; Historian— Jim Matthews; Warden— Robin 
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Founded at the Virginia Military Insti- 
tute in 1869, Sigma Nu became the first 
chartered national social fraternity at Stet- 
son when the Delta Mu Chapter was estab- 
lished in 1913. The Sigma Nu's colors are 
black, white, and gold and the fraternity 
flower is the white rose. 

This year's officers are: Commander- 
Paul Bickel; Lt. Commander— Gary Mills; 
Areas— Bill Belmont; Pledge Marshal— Bob 
Page; Recorder— Scot Fenlon. 






The Florida Beta Chapter of 
Sigma Phi Epsilon estabHshed itself 
at Stetson in February of 1949. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon National was 
founded on November 1, 1901 at 
Richmond College in Virginia. The 
Sig Ep's colors are red and purple 
and their flower is the red rose. 

This year's officers are: President- 
Mark Storey; Vice President— John 
Cook; Secretary— Tim Keener; Con- 
troller— Darryl Richards; Pledge 
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Kaycie Preston— Editor-in-Chief 
Sharon Parker— Business Manager 
Charlotte Breed— Asso. Editor 

Suzanne Banas— Organizations 

Lynn Heard— Classes 

Florrie Hopkins— Faculty/Administration 

Lisa Thomason— Sports 

Charlotte Breed— Greeks/ Student Life 

Marie Causey 

Rudy Lynch 

Angela Smith 

Julia Johns 

Susan Hampel 

Tricia Fortson 

Becky Van der Lugt 

Beth Cumber 




PHOTOGRAPHERS 



Mark Elias— Chief Photographer 

Dermis Dunn 

James Tanous (JT) 

Gary Potts 

Tom Kaufmarm 

Nancy Garrick 

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Kappa Delta Pi is an honorary organization for Stetson students majoring in education. It sponsors programs of interest 
to members and service projects for students and the community. Officers: President-Michel Redlow, V-Pres-Candy 
Warton, Secretaries-Debbie Boerrhoefer, Carrie Botto, Treasurers-Laurie Schafer, Debbie Barrett, Programming- 
Kemi Geren. 




Though small, the Gymnastics Club is very active. Established this year, they hope to compete with other schools and 
become an active Stetson organization. Officers: President-Bobbie Royer, V-Pres-Marie Causey, Secretary-Jim Ball, 
Treasurer— Beth Cumber. 



The Judiciary Council is a group of dedicated students elected by the student body. They hear student cases and judge 
them in accordance with proper parhamentary procedure. Officers: President— Beth Fogle, V-Pres— Ricky Miller, Secre- 
tary—Beth Zellar, Parliamentarian— Greg Romano. 





The Stetson Karate Club is involved with people from the entire Deland community. The members participate in a class 
taught by William Liquori, who has earned a seventh degree black belt. Future activities include a demonstration and a 
tournament in the Edmunds Center. Officers: President— Mark Miller, V-Pres— Dan Defrezo, Secretary— Joe Cooper, 
Treasurer— Mike Beal. 



The Interfratemity Council is comprised of representatives from each fraternity on campus. Some of their projects were 
a sign for frat row, a Greek weekend, and IFC band parties for the entire cmpus. Together with Panhellenic, they pro- 
duced a freshman register and Thanksgiving for the needy. Officers: President— Dan Harrington, Treasurer— David 
McKinney, Secretary— Pete Peterson. 

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The Stetson Afro-American Society is one of Stetson's service organizations. Some of their projects are a Christmas party 
for school children, Thanksgiving baskets and fund raisers for the Negro College Fund. Officers: President— Larry Tay- 
lor, V-Pres— Starr Hutchins, Secretary— Yvette Jenkins, Treasurer— Sherry Lovett, Activities Chairman— Brenda Wilcox. 



Canterbury House is Stetson's Episcopal youth group affiliated with St. Barnabas Church. They play an active role in 
various Campus activities and on the Religious Life Council. Activities include trips to various places. Officers: Senior 
Warden— Jack Scallera, Jr. Warden— Chuck Parks, Treasurer— Hugh Cairns, Secretary— Kay Yingling. 



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Tri-Beta is a Biology honorary that emphasizes community service. Some activities have included taking foster children 
skating, and getting involved with Greenfeather. Officers: President— Vic Mickiuias, V-Pres— Marcelle Williams, Secre- 
tary—Kirk Davis, Historian— Mimi Jernigan. 



The ROTC Cadet Staff is Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Moore-Battallion Commander; Cadet Major Kathryn 
Stone— Pubhc Relations of Intelligence; Cadet Captain Russel Blocker— Supply Officer. 



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The ROTC Cadet Colour Guard is a team which marches with the flags at parades and the opening of all basketball 
games. They are a special drill team, which is responsible for making up routines besides the normal marches. 



The Stetson Union Board is one of the most exciting organizations at Stetson. The SUB sponsors concerts, movies and 
camping trips. Also the SUB rents canoes, camping equipment and refrigerators to students. They operate the Cue Room 
and WHAT— Stetson's radio station. Officers are Pete Brockway— President; Jim Lytton— Vice Pres.; Benny Walker- 
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Phi Beta is a professional musical fraternity for music majors and non-majors. They provide rushers for many recitals on 
and off campus. They are also responsible for quest artists. 



Officers for the Stetson Jaycees are President— Mike Eachon; Vice-Pres.— Bill Oliver, Mark Thrash, Bill Dellecker; Secre- 
tary—Mike O'Brien; Treasurer— Bob Rivers. This is the first year for the Stetson JC society. Their purpose is to raise 
money to help the community. 





The Judo club tries to proiiiotr judo as an art on campus. Tlicy sponsor toiuiianients on campas and help arrange for 
students to participate in off-campus tournaments. Bette Brown served as president this year; Dr. Rob Bradv is the fac- 
ulty advisor. 



The Wesley Foundation is the United Methodist Campus Ministry providing fellowship and service activities from the 
Wesley House across from Hulley Tower. Officers are: President— Angel Fitzpatrick; Vice-Pres— Carolyn Schmidt; Sec- 
retary—Dana Rauschenberger; Campus Minister— Reverend Tom Cunningham. 





Kappa Mu Epsilon is the Math Honorary Club for both majors and non-majors. They have meetings twice monthly with 
talks by math professors and guest speakers. Officers are: President— Chris Ohlweiler; Vice-Pres— Dorothy Fisher; Fac- 
ulty Sponsor— Dr. Raymond Cannon. 



Alpha Kappa Psi is Stetson's oldest and largest professional business fraternity. Activities this year included an industrial 
tour, co-sponsoring Career Fair, and publishing Future. Officers are: President-Thomas Cox; Vice-Pres— Daryl Bishop; 
Secretary— Janet Harris; Treasurer-John Kruszewski; Master of Rituals— Mahlan Houghton; Faculty Advisor— Kennetli 
Jackson. 





The Society of Physics Students was organized for the purpose of bringing together those students interested in piiysics. 
It arranges for films, lectures and field trips. Officers are: President-Jill White; Vice-Pres— Charles Parks; Secretary- 
Treasurer— Thomas Moore. 



The Phi Society is an honorary organization for freshmen who achieve a G.P.A. of 2.5 or above. They sponsor a Quiz 
Bowl in February and have an initiation banquet in the late Spring. Officers are: President— Beth Fogle, Secretary- 
Karen Mclntyre, Treasurer— Jill White. 





Gamma Sigma Epsilon is a National Honorary Chemical Society. There is an annual spring induction of students with 15 
hours and a B average in chemistry. Projects include tutoring students and a possible trip to Oak Ridge, Tn. Officers: 
President— Ken Caster, Secretary— Vic MicKunas, Treasurer— Ray Kinsey, Sgt.-at-Arms— George Bebee. 



Art Club sponsors openings for visiting artists showing their work at Stetson and field trips to museums. It also has "Pot 
Sales" to raise money for equipment and this year had a Halloween Costume party. Officers are: President— Lee Martin, 
Secretary— Lisa Thorsen. 





Mortar Board is the women's leadership honorary. They hold an annual Leadership Banquet in which the Tassel ,\ward 
is given to outstanding women in each class. They also sponsor a leadership program during Orientation Week, a pan- 
cake breakfast and bake sales. Officers: President— Linda Harkness, V-Pres— Cindy Gilbert, Treasurer— Kathleen 
McComiell, Secretary— Debbie Barrett. 



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The Panhellenic is a group of representatives from all the sororities. This year the Panhellenic was awarded the Na- 
tional PanheUenic Committee Trophy for outstanding Greek spirit in social, community and campus involvment. They 
sponsor the candle-lighting, Greek week and projects with the Day Care Center. 

The officers: President— Connie Jackson; Vice-President— Diane Zimmerman; Secretary— Meg Butler; Treasurer— Lau- 
rel Gentry. The Advisor: Marianne Moody. 





The Circle K International is a club which promotes friendship and caring. They take people from the United Method- 
ist Home on trips and picnics. They also have many fund-raising projects. 

The officers are President— Mike Phelan; Vice-President— Bill Price; Secretary— Carrie Lauchner. 



The Fellowship of Christian Athletes visits many retirement centers and needy families bringing gifts and dinners. 
They held the Dog-Patch Olympics for area F.C.A. programs. 

The officers: President— Mike Manning; Vice-President— Phil Flournoy; Secretary— Dan Williams; Treasurer— Mike 
McClellan. 





Sigma Pi Kappa is an honourary organization for outstanding work on student publications. (Reporter and Hatter) 
The officers are President-Russell Schropp; Vice-President-Barb Knipper; Secretary/Historian-Jaime Richards: 
Treasurer— Frank McAloon. 





STETSON REPORTER STAFF 

Russell Schropp— Editor-in-Chief 

Jamie Richards— Associate Editor 

Doug McFarland— Business Manager 

Frank McAloon— News Editor 

Paul Elmore— Cross Roads Editor 

Deven Hubert— Cross Roads Editor 

Rik Scarce— Sports Editor 

Dana Dunmire— Features Editor 

David Fox 

Rick Gaylord 

Bob Towson 

Janet Manning 

Amy Voorhis 

Pam Pasak 

Rafael Ayuso 

Jerry Bamette 

Kathleen Malloy 

Mary Lubbers 

Jim Rochford 

Carla Dudeck 

Barbara Schropp 

Kathy Phillips 



Sigma Tau Delta is a honorary club for English majors. The club helps the students in their careers and studies. 
The officers are President— Julia Chipley; Vice-President— John Conrad; Secretary/Treasurer— Donna Clement. 





The Student Affairs Committee is comprised of students and faculty which deal in non-academic area of student life. 
They coordinate and advise student organizations. They function as the presidential committee. 



The Ministerial Association sponsors many projects with the Nursing Homes in the area and also they conduct the 
Sunday Ministery in Juniper Park. 

Officers: President— David Younts; Vice-President— Chuck Grover; Secretary— Bruce Spence; Treasurer— David 
Flicker; Faculty Advisor— Dr. James Beasley; Out Reach— Robbie Best, Cherese Popejoy, Shayla Coleman. 





Psi Chi is the national honor society in Psychology. It is geared to help students with academic excellence in psychol- 
ogy and to advance in their field with other students. 

Officers: President-Phyllis James; Vice-President-Shelly Childers, Secretar\-Su.san Corlew; .\dvisor-Dr. Richard 
Kindred. 



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Hatter Holiday is a day in the Spring semester which is like a free and wild day. No school, no homework all fun and 
games. Jim Lyton is in charge of the committee which plans the activities for this day. 





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South Florida Education Association is an organization for the education interns. The association helps them in their 
work and helps them find jobs after their intern training. 



Student Assembly is the student government for Stetson University. They present student opinions, suggest improve- 
ments and propose changes in the student life and activities. They also provide counsel for students and expend monies 
for their projects. 

President— (Fall) Ion Sancho, (Spring) Deb Farmer; Vice-President— (Fall) Deb Farmer, (Spring) Debby Miley. 





Omicron Delta Kappa is a national honorary leadership fraternity for junior and senior men who show exceptional 
ability in leadership combined with intelligence and service. 

Officers— President— Greg Humphries; Vice-President— Benny Walker; Secretary— Phil Flournoy: .\dvisor— Dr. Joiner 



Theta Alpha Phi is the theater fraternity. It sponsors plays for the enjoyment of the school and community. A few 
presented this year were "Hotel Paradiso", "Arms and the Man", "Play It Again, Sam" and "For Heaven's Sake". Offi- 
cers: President— Kee Fortes, V-Pres— Julie Gallagher, Secretary— Candy Crooke, Treasurer— Vannan Grisham. 





Delta Tau Kappa is the sociology fraternity. They sponsor picnics for all sociology majors, the Wilson Visiting Fellows, 
and a scholarship fund for students. It also maintains a student lounge in Flagler Hall. Officers: President— Sharon Lee, 
V-Pres/ Secretary— Nancy Hague, Treasurer— Russell Schropp. 



Publications Board is comprised of representatives— editors, business managers— from the Reporter and Hatter, their fac- I J 

ulty advisors, two representatives-at-large, a freshman rep-at-large, and an administive rep (Dr. Borders). It functions as a J_ 

sounding board for questions and problems concerning the publications. Officers: Chairman— Russell Schropp, Secre- — y 

tary— Dale Murphy. I I 




Phi Alpha Theta is the history honorary for students who have taken at least 12 hours of history with a B + average. 
Each year a delegate is sent to the national convention and various state conventions. Officers: President— Kathleen 
Chumley, V-Pres— Marie Causey, Secretary/ Treasurer— Willi Wadsworth. 



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Scroll and Key is a senior organization designed to honor all those who have attained a grade point average in the top 
5% of their class. Scroll and Key takes part in Awards Day. 

The officers: President-Jeff White; Vice-President-Victor Mickunas; Secretary/Treasurer-Linda Harkness. 



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Rho Lambda officers are President— Marvina Perez; Vice-President— Lisa Watkins; Secretary— Connie Jackson; Trea- 
surer-Susan Corlew. Rho Lambda is the honorary organization for outstanding Greek women. 



Phi Chi Theta is a national professional fraternity for students who are business and economics majors. They help the 
students get an inside point-of-view of what the business world is about and encourage cooperation among students. 

Officers: President— Cindy Gilbert; Vice-President— Kathleen McConnell; Treasurer— Cyndie Frisbie; Secretary- 
Leigh Adams; Historian— Linda Mascio; Faculty Advisor— Maxine Patterson. 





The Indies are a group of young women who participate in the intramural program. They are not asually associated 
with a sorority. They have no officers but work togetlier equally and with cooperation. 



Homecoming was headed by Laurie Messer and Benny Walker who coordinated the Dance in Daytona plus the Steve 
Martin Concert. Also many other small events that took place through-out the entire week ending with the Basketball 
Game. 





Greenfeather, a project to raise money for the needy, was put together by Kim Cavanaugh and Jinny Kirkwood. They 
coordinated the events like Miss Greenfeather and the carnival. 



The Orientation Program was put together by Kathleen McConnell and Mahlan Houghton. Orientation Program was 
scheduled during the first week of school to help the new Freshman and transfer students. 





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Debbie Barrett and Jerry Snell coordinated the Parents Weekend in March. They planned the events and programs 
plus tours for the parents, as well as examples what many of the classes had been doing. 



The Young Democrats is a new organization at Stetson. They work closely with other students in conventions, health 
clinics, and Career Fairs. The officers are: President— Dave Maley. They are sponsored by the West Volusia Democrats. 



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Jim & Carol West 
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CONRAD Staff: Head Resident— Chrissy Jones; Asst. Head Resident— Bonnie Wright; Resident Advisors— Liz Little, 
Debra Huyett, Mary Binz, Amanda Gable, Sharon Smythe; Staff Asst.— Cathy Taylor, Karen Canup, Kim Crosby, Jill 
White, Gail Schuck. 





EMILY Staff: Head Resident— Kim Ross; Asst. Head Resident— Litz Horton; Resident Advisors— Valerie Dawkins, Caro- 
line Heath, Charlotte Breed, Kathleen McConnell, Debra Keller, Sharon Harper; Staff Asst.— Margaret Davis, Betty 
McAlpin, Anne Freud, Lynn Chervenok, Kelly Duffield, Laura Coons, Diane Zimmerman, Laurie Messer, Loretta Lo- 
Piccolo, Susan Carlson, Ivonne Ehrlich, Christine Patterson. 



CHAUDOIN Staff: Head Resident-Kim Streeter; Asst. Head Resident-Cindy Gilbert; Resident Advisors-Jill Jinks, 
Sharon Lee, Meg Butler, Donna Hope, Nancy Uhl, Kaycie Preston, Lousie Ousley, Beth Fogle, Beth Kvinge; Staff Asst.- 
Nancy Juckett, Jennifer Stanley, Barbara Bossong, Pam Pasak, Carmel Bitondo, Mary King, Shirla Finder, Grace Vaug- 
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STETSON Staff: Head Resident-Susan Corlew; Asst. Head Resident-Leslie Helfrich; Resident Advisors-Carrie Botto, 
Denise Peddicord, Beth Zeller, Kay Harbin, Susan Strates, Polly Lafferty, Karen Mclntyre, Donna Goldbarth, Cathie 
Clemmer, Julia Chipley; Staff Asst.-Tracy Sutherland, Margaret Phillips, Charlotte Gerding, Jean Clarage, Lucy Call- 
oway, Debbie Droke, Kathy Sloss, Lauri Jackson, Lisa Bellinger, MaeBeth Davis, Julie Boyer, Vincetta Gimnianco. 



CORDIS: Head resident— Bob Gibson; Asst. Head Resident— Phil Foumoy; Resident Advisors— William Allen, Merrill 
Wimberley, Ray Johnson, Ross Bausch, Bob Vignola; Ray Kimsey; Staff Asst.— William Oliver, Todd Williams, David 
North, Dale Murphy, Dexter Glenn 





SMITH: Head Resident— George Oliver; Asst. Head Resident— Bill Dellecker; President Advisor— Marcus Kosins, Luis 
Prats, Steve Miraglia, Ken Carter, Marc Carlson; Staff Asst.— Hugh Caimes, David Conway, Mark Huband. 



CARSON: Head Resident-Lewis Likens; Asst. Head Resident-Joe Halsema; Resident Advisors-Greg Brewton, Jim 
Lytton, Mahlan Houghton, Armando Lopez; Staff Asst.-Michael Marchione, Steven Spurlock, Reece Sherman. 





NEW MENS: Head Resident— Gregg Humphries; Asst. Head Resident— Benny Walker; Resident .\dvisors— Jamie Ever- 
ett, Jim Slims, Ron Wilson, Jim Anderson, Bob Newsome; Staff .\sst.— William Tucker, Jeffrey Wieland, Joel Manning, 
John Tucker. 



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They tell me that editor's letters in yearbooks are passe, hut I figure I de- 
serve it right about now, so here I go. 

First, I want to apologize to everyone, very especially the faculty and ad- 
ministration, who was not adeejuately represented in this yearbook. I offer a.s 
an excase only my lack of adecjuate foresight in working with college photog- 
raphers (they're the same as high school photographers-they still need to be 
horsewhipped once in awhile). I do sincerely hope next year will be better. 

I had all kinds of dreams for the book when I came back to Stetson. Well, 
the job turned out to be a little more than I thought it would be. We might 
actually make it though (at this point, it is still somewhat uncertain). Anyway, 
I want to give my special thanks to Sharon Parker, Charlotte Breed and Mark 
Elias (who metamorphosed from a strange head in front of me in PE/201 into 
a good friend), who were all a tremendous help and encouragement to me. A 
special thanks also to Russell Schropp, Dr. George Borders, Jerry Fields-our 
yearbook representative, and John Renauld-our Stevens Studios representa- 
tive. Thanks as well to my sections editors: Florrie, Suzanne and Lynn, to 
staffers Rudy, Marie, Angela, Dennis and JT, and finally to everyone who has 
been so patient and cooperative and all those I don't have room to name. 

It's been quite an experience; I imagine I'll be glad I did it someday. As for 
now, we realize it's no award winner, but it was really fun (at times). At any 
rate. Stetson, your yearbook has been rescued from the mire of apathy. It is 
my fervent hope it will not be allowed to sink again. Best of luck to all future 
yearbook staffers. 

Sincerely, 




This ... is the end of my quest. I wished to know the 
meaning of things. I am the meaning. I wished to find a 
warrant for being. I need no warrant for being, and no 
word of sanction upon my being. I am the warrant and 
the sanction. 

Whatever road I take, the guiding star is within me; the 
guiding star and the loadstone which point the way. They 
point in but one direction. They point to me. 





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